This 1984 Ford Bronco II is an awesome full custom build. That
means V8 power, a lifted stance, a custom body with a truck bed,
and all the best off-road accessories are already built right in.
And this low-mileage build even has extra thoughtful features like
a Bluetooth stereo and an overdrive transmission.
We'll get to all the added ability this one has in a moment, but
first, take a moment to appreciate what this one represents. While
there's a new Bronco hitting the streets with a retro-cool style,
this one is even doing something that Ford didn't. The custom truck
bed is a style of Bronco we haven't seen in almost 50 years. And
since it looks like they used mostly Ranger components, this does
show what would have happened had Ford decided to make a Bronco II
pickup. This custom build has less than 1,400 miles on it, the blue
paint has a nice and vibrant look. But a 4x4 like this is really
all about off-road prowess. You see that in all the black
components. It starts with a strong steel bumper with an integrated
winch. Along the side, you have fender flares, and there are steel
side steps for the lifted suspension. The special bed has liner
paint, and it ends with a thick steel bumper. So while this is
handsome, it's also undeniably off-road ready.
The interior gives you some nice added comfort with an AM/FM/CD
stereo w/Bluetooth, a proper heater, and bucket seats borrowed from
an Explorer. But this one also wants to let you know that it's
off-road ready. That's why you have rugged liner paint on the
floors, a grippy small-diameter steering wheel, a B&M floor
shifter, and a full set of crisp gauges.
Under the hood is another reminder of the other Broncos. The Bronco
II never got V8 power from the factory, but an upgraded machine
like this has earned the 302 cubic-inch powerhouse. It has been
rebuilt for power, including a Holley four-barrel carburetor, mild
cam, and bored .060 over. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case, lifted
stance, and big off-road tires are exactly what you want. The
undercarriage photos are a reminder of how fresh this build is as
well as how serious it is about hitting the trail. There are some
cool hints of blue that match the exterior while pointing out the
upgraded shocks and newer bushings. A short wheelbase 4x4 like this
is best for off-road work. But it does have a solid feel on the
road. And there's also a four-speed automatic transmission
w/overdrive, power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
Complete with restoration photos, this is the cool custom that you
wish Ford had built. So instead it's an interesting and unique
machine that's also extremely capable. And once it's gone, there
likely won't be another. So hurry up and call today!